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Developing tax-avoidance strategies could assist firms in balancing risks and rewards 

Team including Texas A&M researcher publishes study in The Accounting Review.

Combining big data and machine learning may help predict unplanned power outages

Project receives funding from National Science Foundation

Bioenergy sorghum wax could generate extra revenue for producers

Scientists at Texas A&M AgriLife Research believe the wax could be sold by producers as biofuel.

Breeding disease-resistant spinach to improve crop performance

Project supported by a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture
Ecology and Conservation Biology

Sustainable rangeland health

Two specific management practices deliver a one-two punch in the battle to maintain rangeland
National Security

Creating food security would reduce emigration, crime and radicalization around the world, new economic report says

Farm Journal Foundation commissions study from Texas A&M’s Program on Conflict and Development

Hagler Institute announces its largest class of new fellows: 14

Class of 2022-23 includes a Nobel Prize recipient and multiple National Academies-level scholars, plus a distinguished lecturer

Think green: Artificial intelligence evaluates algae as energy source

Method could provide alternative fuel source for jet aircraft

Calorie counts: For some consumers, labels serve as invitations to indulge

Putting calorie counts on display for consumers can have unintended consequences, new study discovers